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U.S. Aids Statistics Data
Number of People in the U.S. living with an AIDS diagnosis479,161
Estimated number of people in the U.S. living with HIV1,280,000
Number of People diagnosed with AIDS in 201541,239
Number of People diagnosed with AIDS in 201444,073
Number of People diagnosed with AIDS in 201247,989
Number of People diagnosed with AIDS in 200934,993
Estimate number of new AIDS infections each year51,000
Percent of new infections that occurred in gay and bisexual men61 %
U.S. AIDS rate per 100,000 population11.2
Number of people in the U.S. who have died from AIDS617,025
City with the highest AIDS rate per 100,000 population – Miami37.2
State with the highest AIDS rate per 100,000 population – New York24.6
Number of children (<13) living with an AIDS diagnosis4,043
Demographics of U.S. AIDS populationPercent
Black / African American42.6 %
White33.3 %
Hispanic / Latino21.4 %
Multiple Races1.3 %
Asian0.9 %
American Indian0.4 %
Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander0.1 %
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Transmission Category of Adults Living With AidsMaleFemale
Male-to-male sexual contact61 %-
Heterosexual Contact11 %66 %
Injection drug use (IDU)18 %32 %
Male-to-male sexual contact and IDU9 %-
Other1 %2 %
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Sources: Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: September 7, 2016

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